When is a rant not a rant?

rant–verb (used without object)

1. to speak or declaim extravagantly or violently; talk in a wild or vehement way;

In my blogroll section, you will se a link for “Rant Your Head Off.”  At first impression, you probably think of some crazed disjointed missive.  If you did, you would be wrong.  Way wrong.

The entries within the site are reasoned, insightful, and dare I say, thoughtful.

If you are interested in the sport of cycling and are even remotley curious about the issue of doping, read this post.  Cancer, Chemotherapy and Cycling

While you are at it, read a few more posts. 


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